The Quadrant is a stand-alone shopping centre situated in the heart of Romford which boasts a range of independent businesses, providing an array of goods and services to the local community and beyond.
Designed and built by William Goodchild between 1934 and 1935, The Quadrant is of classic Art Deco design, highlighting a period of Romford’s history in which the town was a significant shopping hub in the South East of England.
Fast forward eighty years and The Quadrant is still going strong, implementing exciting schemes for start-up businesses, and retaining its support for independent retailers. Most recently it has partnered with Made Public to establish ‘Creative Quadrant’, a scheme that supports local creative businesses and artists.
We are extremely proud of our rich heritage and, although The Quadrant is continually changing, we always aim to preserve and respect the history of the building and the legacy that we are left with today.